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The Omaha Scene Volume 2 Issue 42
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    FREE Save a tree! View Our Virtual Paper www.theomahascene.com VOLUME 2 ISSUE 42 . NOVEMBER 16 - NOVEMBER 22 - 2016 Your Free Arts & Entertainment Newsweekly Cover Photo Provided By: Rick Anderson Night Out! Pg 6 Husker Shorts Pg 8 Dining Out Pg 20 News of the Weird Pg 22

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    CONTENTS UPCOMING THEATER 4 NIGHT OUT! 6 HUSKER SHORTS 8 FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY 9 EVENTS CALENDAR 10 LIVE MUSIC 12 THIS WEEKS FEATURE 14 KARAOKE/ TRIVIA 15 IN THE SCENE 16 TOP EVENTS 17 BUY LOCAL FASHION 18 HAPPY HOUR 19 DINING OUT 20 NEWS OF THE WEIRD 22 WINE TASTING & EVENTS 23 CHECK 1 24 THE UNDERGROUND 25 HEALTH & WELLNESS 26 SPORTS BARS 28 BARS BY NEIGHBORHOOD 30 UPCOMING ANNOUNCEMENTS 31 The Omaha Scene is now the only arts and entertainment newsweekly circulated throughout the Omaha area. The Omaha Scene is in print at over 400 locations, available online and e-mailed to 70,000 people weekly. A free online subscription is available to all readers simply by going to http://www.theomahascene.com and subscribing. If you would like to advertise with The Omaha Scene, please email Shawn at theomahascene@gmail.com THE The Omaha Scene 11204 Davenport Plaza Suite 209 Omaha, NE 68154

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    Upcoming THEATER HOLLAND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER November 18: Black Violin November 20: Voices of Omaha Handel’s “Messiah” November 28: The Priests December 1: The TEN Tenors December 4: Salem Baptist Church JOYFUL NOISE December 10-18: Christmas Celebration January 21-27: Shakespeare Festival https://www.omahaperformingarts.org/our-venues/holland ........................................................................................................................ OMAHA COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE October 14- November 20: Murder Ballad November 18- December 23: A Christmas Carol November 25- December 31: Yesterday and Today January 20- February 12: Around the World in 80 Days February 10- March 12: Man Who Shot Liberty Valance http://www.omahaplayhouse.com/ ........................................................................................................................ ORPHEUM THEATER November 15-20: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas November 25-27: PAW Patrol Live! “Race to the Rescue” December 3-4: The Nutcracker December 6-8: Cirque Dreams Holidaze December 10: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical December 15: Lightwire Theater December 16: The Rat Pack is Back! December 17: The Fab Four December 22-23: Mannheim Steamroller Christmas more information and tickets available atwww.TicketOmaha.com ........................................................................................................................ ROSE THEATER November 25 - December 18: Prancer January 14 - February 5: Thumbelina January 27 - February 12: The True Story of The 3 Little Pigs February 24 - March 12: Huck Finn March 24 - April 9: Harold & The Purple Crayon April 21 - May 7: Stellaluna & Other Tales June 2 - 18: Peter Pan http://www.rosetheater.org/ ........................................................................................................................ 4 The Omaha Scene | November 16 - November 22 | Volume 2 Issue 42

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    Art Exhibits & GALLERIES ANDERSON ENTERPRISES 15418 W Center Rd www.rickanderson.com ARTIST COOPERATIVE GALLERY 405 S 11th St. www.artistscoopomaha.com BEMIS CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS 724S 12th St. www.bemiscenter.org DUNDEE GALLERY 4916 Underwood Ave www.dundeegallery.com DURHAM WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM 801 S 10TH St. www.durhammuseum.org/ GALLERY 72, 1806 Vinton St. http://www.gallery72.com GARDEN OF THE ZODIAC 1046 Howard St. https://www.facebook.com/TheGardenOfTheZodiac HILMER ART GALLERY 7000 Mercy Rd. www.csm.edu/hillmer-art-gallery-0 HOT SHOPS ART CENTER 1301 Nicholas St. http://www.hotshopartcenter.com JEWISH ART GALLERY 333 S 132nd St. http://www.jewishomaha.org JOSLYN ART MUSEUM 2200 Dodge St. http://www.joslyn.org KANEKO 1111 Jones St. http://www.thekaneko.org LEWIS ART GALLERY 8600 Cass St. http://www.lewisartgallery.com LIED ART GALLERY, 2500 California Place https://www.facebook.com/ CreightonUniversityLiedArtGallery LOVE’S JAZZ & ARTS CENTER 2510 N 24th St. www.lovesjazzartcenter.org MANGELSEN IMAGES OF NATURE GALLERY 1115 Harney St. http://www.mangelsen.com/ NEBRASKA ARTS COUNCIL 1004 Farnam St. www.artscouncil.nebraska.gov/ PASSAGEWAY GALLERY 417 S 11th St. http://www.passagewaygallery.com PETSHOP 2725-2727 N 62nd St. https://facebook.com/bensonpetshop/ WALLFLOWER ARTISAN COLLECTIVE 1402 S 13th St. http://imawallflower.com/ To be featured in Art Galleries Email: theomahascene@gmail.com The Omaha Scene | November 16 - November 22 | Volume 2 Issue 42 5

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    apply to adopt or foster, please visit www. heartlandgsrescue.org Hugs at Vino Mas this Saturday, November 19th 1:00-3:00 p.m. Vino Mas , 14450 Eagle Run Drive Ste 220, Omaha, Ne 68154 So whether it’s a specialized group or a night at the comedy club, this Ragin’’ Cajun is as sweet as a honey glazed ham and as hot as a Tabasco chili pepper. Omaha Funny Bone, 17305 Davenport St, Suite 201, Omaha, NE 68118 Audiences are amazed when Kev Marcus on violin and Wil B on viola play over beats solo, strum like guitarists and use rock distortion effects. Named one of the hottest bands at South by Southwest, they’ve performed with Alicia Keys, Kanye West and Jay Z. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17-20 COMEDIAN JOHN MORGAN Got a question? Problem? Need advice? The “Ragin’’ Cajun” is here to help! Get your head out of the dark and help yourself with John Morgan’s Comedy Therapy. WAY cheaper than a shrink and definitely more affordable than an attorney! In 2004, John was invited to perform at the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival, “Just For Laughs”, in the Masters level. To see him on stage is to witness the birth of a character. And boy! you should have seen that character when they told him he was going to Montreal!! John has worked steadily at comedy clubs, corporate events, and musical arenas. He has made national television appearances on MTV, Showtime, and Night Watch with Charlie Rose. He has been the opening act for Kathleen Madigan, Michael Bolton, The Monkees, Ronnie Cole, Jerry Seinfeld, and Helen Reddy. John’s confident demeanor and honest approach to life is refreshingly original. John dares to talk boldly about real issues. Whether he is speaking about children or relationships, his comedy comes from the heart. Although his material may push some limits, it is never derogatory to any race, sex or creed. In addition to his stand up career John specializes in motivational speaking and couples counseling. During these engagements John leaves out some of the humor and injects this with feelings. This gives audiences a new perspective and a change in attitudes. He helps people see the meaning behind the message. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17 CHICAGO AND EARTH, WIND & FIRE HEART AND SOUL TOUR 3.0 These two legendary bands each bring a unique approach to feel-good music, with timeless songs and big bands full of incredible talent. Between the two of them, they’ve sold over 200 million albums since their ‘70s heyday. “Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire… The Heart and Soul Tour has thrilled audiences across the USA,” Robert Lamm of Chicago said. “Now it will be an honor to bring this celebration to our fans in Canada, finally! And it’s our honor once again to share the stage with our brothers.” “There’s a saying that goes, ‘if it’s not broken there is no need to change it,” Indeed,” says Philip Bailey of Earth, Wind & Fire. “The powerful magic of Chicago and Earth, Wind &Fire works for both bands and fans alike. Here we go again!” Chicago and Earth, Wind and Fire takes the stage this Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Tickets available at ticketmaster.com CenturyLink Center, 455 N 10th Street, Omaha, Ne 68102 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18 BLACK VIOLIN Black Violin, an exhilarating violin/viola hip-hop duo, wows audiences of all ages with their unique take on classical music. Their newest recording, “Stereotypes” incorporates their many musical influences from classical, R&B, and soul to rock and beyond. More information online at https://www. ticketomaha.com/Productions/blackviolin_2016 Black Violin is this Friday, at 7:00 pm at the Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas Street, Omaha, NE 68102 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 HUGS AT VINO MAS Come join us at Vino Mas on Saturday, November 19th, for a day of WINE, MUSIC, and DOGS! Meet volunteers and adorable adoptable DOGS, and learn more about our organization, while enjoying wine, live music from local band Hashtag, and adorable adoptable dogs. $15 of the wine tasting ticket price and 10% of all other sales will be donated directly to HUGS! A great way to support HUGS and help us save more dogs! $20 Wine and Beer tasting Adorable puppies Lola, Benji, JoJo, Casper, Luke, Memphis, Raider, Dominic, Delilah, Tula, Bernard, Cato, and Wilson, as well as a couple of our gorgeous youngers Riven, Eva, and Leila will be there looking for their forever homes. To learn more about adoption, and to SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 9TH ANNIVERSARY, TOYS FOR TOTS CHILI COOK OFF 9 Year Anniversary Celebration kicks off at 4 p.m. at The Nebraska Brewing Company in Papillion. - Starting at 4 p.m. they’ll start the line for the Special Anniversary Mugs (Free to the first 90 people + your first fill * for 90¢) - Also at 4 p.m. they’ll start the judging in the 4th annual Toys for Tots Celebrity Chili Cook-off. Once judging is completed you’ll be able to try a sample of each of the competing chilis for a New Unwrapped Toy or a $10 donation. - Starting at 6 p.m. Nebraska Brewing Company will be handing out the 90 Free Anniversary Mugs and starting the party with their Specially brewed Anniversary Beers FLOCK OF CARDINALS & some of Chef Adam’s awesome cakes! Get your reservations today! 402.934.7100 -- This will be a party fo’sur! See you this Saturday at Nebraska Brewing Company, 7474 Towne Center Pkwy #101, Papillion, NE 68046 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 SKID ROW Celebrating 25 years, Skid Row will be rocking The Whiskey Roadhouse on 6 The Omaha Scene | November 16 - November 22 | Volume 2 Issue 42

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    Saturday, November 19! With over 20 million records sold and live performances across the globe this one show you don’t want to miss! Get your tickets today! Their rebellion continues and stops here Saturday at the Whiskey Roadhouse, 2701 23rd Avenue, Council Bluffs, IA 51501 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 REBELUTION WITH HIRIE On the road for at least half the year, Rebelution continues to bring its intense, sun-drenched California reggae to widening audiences all over. The songs say it all. “Plant a seed, watch the whole thing grow.” Rebelution doesn’t just play and sing. They live these words and this music - as more fans learn with every new release. Get tickets online at etix.com Rebelution Live this Saturday, 9 p.m. at Sokol Auditorium, 2234 S 13th St, Omaha, NE 68108 MIKE DOUGHTY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20 Homer’s is excited to welcome former Soul Coughing front-man Mike Doughty to Homer’s for an intimate in-store performance. No cover, nothing to buy ahead of time, just show up and enjoy the music! By his ninth solo album, The Heart Watches While the Brain Burns, you’d figure he would have slipped into a comfortable pattern, but Mike Doughty is not that kind of artist. The former frontman of Soul Coughing is obsessively, constantly driven to sound new. The elegant, charming album swerves between lonesome country influences, and trap beats. The title is pulled from a WTF! podcast, on which Doughty’s old buddy Marc Maron used the phrase, somehow, in reference to chewing nicotine gum, in his struggle to quit smoking. The two go back to the East Village comedy scene of the late ‘90s, so when Doughty asked Maron if he could use the line as an album title, the comic responded, “Use it and throw me a bone.” Doughty is driven to challenge himself. He set up a Patreon feed, as a way to selfimpose a weekly deadline to write and record one new song a week. One of his most ambitious projects was composing 2015’s Revelation, a rock opera based on the Bible’s apocalyptic final book, and performing it on the New York NPR affiliate WNYC. Here’s an artist who’s not afraid to take risks. The Heart Watches While the Brain Burns was recorded during a transitional phase in Doughty’s life, in which he left New York, his home base since the late ‘80s, for the “fascinating, mysterious town” of Memphis, Tennessee. The low cost of living has given Doughty freedom to make experimental music in bars around the city, while completing the album with Queens, NY hip-hop producer Good Goose over the Internet. They began at Goose’s place in New York. “Our process was mostly like this: he’d ask me what kind of beat I wanted, and I’d sing one to him. Then I’d pick up the guitar and improvise parts. I’d go home while he stayed up till 5 am in his bedroom editing parts together,” said Doughty. “I’d come back in, and improvise vocal parts, na-na-la-la style, just kind of bug out. He’d piece shards of that into something like a melody, which he’d text to me, and I’d write words to the melody. We built them out from there.” Influences for the tracks vary wildly– and not just because Good Goose was, Doughty says, “going through this kind of unexpected heartland-rock phase.” The song “Brian” comes from a beat called the guaila that Doughty heard in a nightclub in East Africa. “Sad Girl Walking in the Rain” was the result of a “Week of Six Sad Songs” songwriting challenge Doughty self-imposed while touring the U.K., writing and recording a daily song, most with “sad” in the title. the North of England. In a total of about 36 hours, Doughty became enchanted with a woman, came on too strong over Instagram, and then wrote a song about the botched encounter while stress-eating pastry in a pub, then racing back to his dressing room to work out the song on guitar. “Because I wrote it in my head, it has a kind of simple universal-folky chord progression,” Doughty explained, “which if I was writing it with an instrument in my hands, I would’ve second-guessed and made more complicated. Writing fast and putting it out on the same day eliminates a lot of over-thinking. I love that.” “I really love this record,” Doughty says, almost sheepishly, sounding like he’s surprised himself. Of course, he loves the record– he made it, after all. His taste is unimpeachable, as is his skill at fusing unlikely influences. Perhaps, “Wow, ninth Doughty album, and it’s actually good!” is a peculiar compliment, but Doughty, who seems to welcome anyone who’s moved by the songs, whether they first heard him last week, or if they’ve been dedicated since 1994’s Ruby Vroom, lives to hear it. There’s a lot to love about The Heart Watches While the Brain Burns, and, even if they stumble into Doughty’s music, for the first time, next week, it’s clear he’ll be deeply gratified. Mike Doughty will perform this Sunday at 5 p.m. at Homer’s Music & Gifts, 1210 Howard St, Omaha, NE 68102 Until Next Week, Have A Great Night Out! Here is the info on Doughty’s newest release- The album’s single, “I Can’t Believe I Found You in That Town,” was inspired by a failed romantic connection in a grim city in The Omaha Scene | November 16 - November 22 | Volume 2 Issue 42 7

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    Husker Shorts By The Omaha Scene Staff Another four quarters of imperfect football. The game started off on the wrong foot with a foolish penalty that allowed a Minnesota drive to continue resulting in a touchdown. The Huskers’ play was again inconsistent and while the offensive line looked better, Nebraska has yet to play a complete game. It’s hard to tell just how good this team could be if they didn’t have moments like the minus- 4-yard punt or the continuing ridiculous penalties. first meeting in the history of the program, and definitely not when they have to play at 10 a.m. Eastern Time at the Mighty Memorial Stadium. The oddsmakers currently have Nebraska as a 14 to 14.5 favorite. Nebraska 35 Maryland 10 Tommy Armstrong Jr. once again showed just how valuable he is this year, and while his heart is that of a hero, it also proves just what a sad state of affairs this team would have been if Gen. Pelini had been allowed to continue. Give credit to Mike Riley for not blowing a gasket during the first drive, and thankfully for those who were calling for Banker’s head after Year One, the defense at the end of the day (minus Ohio State), has stepped up when it counted again and again. This weekend the Huskers play Maryland, and in addition to the similar comparison of getting throttled by Ohio State last week, their starting quarterback has less of a chance of being able to play through his injury than Tommy. With that said, the Cornhuskers are too much for the Terrapins to handle in their 8 The Omaha Scene | November 16 - November 22 | Volume 2 Issue 42

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    Fun for the WHOLE FAMILY THE MARK, 20902 Cumberland Drive Elkhorn, NE 68022 Bowling, arcade, laser tag, full service restaurant, bar & more Tuesday-Unlimited Bowling Friday- Cosmic Bowling 4pm - close Saturday-Cosmic Bowling 4pm - close OMAHA CHILDREN’S MUSEUM 500 S 20TH ST Oct 15 - April 16: Imagination: Celebrating 40 Years of Play DURHAM MUSEUM 801 S 10TH ST Now-Jan. 3: Union Station: Built to Last Now-Jan. 8: The King is Dead! The Regicideof Charles I Now-Jan. 8: War, Wealth & Stable Repairs Now- Jan 29: American Spirits: The Rise And Fall Of Prohibition ALLEY V, 3375 Oak View Dr., Omaha, Ne 68144 SUNDAY - THURSDAY: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm FRIDAY - SATURDAY: 11:00 am - 1:00 am Bowling, live entertainment, games/attractions, laser tag, great sports viewing, two high-energy bars and a restaurant Monday-Kids Eat & Play Free ($5 in game play, 12 & under with adult entree min. purchase $9) Tuesday- 7pm to close $2 Tuesday Wednesday- All Night Happy Hour 4pm to close All You Can Bowl 7pm to close Friday- Visit Website for updated specials! Saturday & Sunday- Funday Package (open to 6pm) FUN.FUN.FUN The Omaha Scene | November 16 - November 22 | Volume 2 Issue 42 9

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    EVENTS CALENDAR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 FALL CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW LAURITZEN GARDENS, 9A ------------------------------------------------------- AMERICAN SPIRITS: THE RISE AND FALL OF PROHIBITION DURHAM MUSEUM, 10A ------------------------------------------------------- STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND IN 100 ARTIFACTS STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND & AEROSPACE MUSEUM, 10A ------------------------------------------------------- A POKEMON ART SHOW APOLLON ART SPACE, 11A ------------------------------------------------------- ART & ALE THE APOLLON, 6P ------------------------------------------------------- OPEN JAM SESSION VINO MAS, 6P ------------------------------------------------------- AMERICA’S PUB QUIZ VARSITY SPORTS CAFE & ROMAN COIN PIZZA – RALSTON, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- GEEKS WHO DRINK PUB QUIZ JAZZ, A LOUISIANA KITCHEN, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- IRVIN BERLIN’S WHITE CHRISTMAS ORPHEUM THEATER, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- AMERICA’S PUB QUIZ FARNAM HOUSE BREWING COMPANY, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- DIAMOND EMPIRE BAND PIZZA SHOPPE COLLECTIVE, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- SWAMPBOY BLUES BAND BLACK EYE DIVE, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- J BIRDS OPEN MIC J BIRD’S FOOD & SPIRIT, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- NOFX FIRST DITCH EFFORT TOUR SOKOL AUDITORIUM, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- OPEN MIC WITH ALY PEELER THE DOWN UNDER LOUNGE, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- GODDESS TRIBE HARNEY STREET TAVERN, 9P ------------------------------------------------------- MURDER BY DEATH WITH LAURA STEVENSON THE WAITING ROOM LOUNGE, 9P ------------------------------------------------------- SEAN MICHAEL BAR 415, 9P ------------------------------------------------------- THE LIVING DEADS, HUGE FUCKING WAVES BROTHER’S LOUNGE, 10P THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17 FALL CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW LAURITZEN GARDENS, 9A ------------------------------------------------------- 10 LITHUANIAN FOLK WOOD SCULPTURE CARVING LAURITZEN GARDENS, 9A ------------------------------------------------------- AMERICAN SPIRITS: THE RISE AND FALL OF PROHIBITION DURHAM MUSEUM, 10A ------------------------------------------------------- STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND IN 100 ARTIFACTS SAC AEROSPACE MUSEUM, 10A ------------------------------------------------------- A POKEMON ART SHOW APOLLON ART SPACE, 11A ------------------------------------------------------- PROJECT REINDEER! BAYLISS PARK, 6P ------------------------------------------------------- AMERICA’S PUB QUIZ THE SOCIABLE INN, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- QUIZ NIGHT FIREBARN SPORTSBAR, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- OMAHA CHARGERS VS KANSAS CITY SPARTANS RALSTON ARENA, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- AMERICA’S PUB QUIZ VARSITY SPORTS CAFE & ROMAN COIN PIZZA – DUNDEE, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- AMERICA’S PUB QUIZ FIREBARN SPORTS BAR PAPILLION, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- IRVIN BERLIN’S WHITE CHRISTMAS ORPHEUM THEATER, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- TRANS SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA MID AMERICA CENTER, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- AMERICA’S PUB QUIZ THE SOCIABLE INN, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- JOHN MORGAN OMAHA FUNNY BONE, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- MURDER BALLAD OMAHA COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- ANTONIO POMPA–BALDI ORPHEUM THEATER, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- MONSTER MASHUP (IMPROV) THE BACKLINE, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- J-BIRDS OPEN MIC J-BIRDS FOOD & SPIRITS, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- SECOND ANNUAL OMABEATBATTLE HOUSE OF LOOM, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- DATE NIGHT THE BACKLINE, 8:30P ------------------------------------------------------- PWP LIVE PRESENTS: WRESTLERAMA X111 THE WAITING ROOM LOUNGE, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- KARAOKE STOLI’S LOUNGE, 9:30P The Omaha Scene | November 16 - November 22 | Volume 2 Issue 42 ------------------------------------------------------- KARAOKE THEATRE HOUSE OF LOOM, 9:30P ------------------------------------------------------- DEUCES WILD JAM THE BACKLINE, 10P FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AMERICAN SPIRITS: THE RISE AND FALL OF PROHIBITION DURHAM MUSEUM, 10A ------------------------------------------------------- AMERICAN SPIRITS: THE RISE AND FALL OF PROHIBITION DURHAM MUSEUM, 10A ------------------------------------------------------- STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND IN 100 ARTIFACTS SAC AEROSPACE MUSEUM, 10A ------------------------------------------------------- ROBERTA & ROBERT ROGERS COLLECTION SELECTED WORKS GALLERY 72, 10A ------------------------------------------------------- A POKEMON ART SHOW APOLLON ART SPACE, 11A ------------------------------------------------------- DONADO BOYS SOCK DROP FOX & HOUND, 4P ------------------------------------------------------- HAPPY HOUR THE DOWN UNDER, 5P ------------------------------------------------------- WINE TASTING VINO MAS, 5P ------------------------------------------------------- JAVE YOSHIMOTO OPENING RECEPTION NEBRASKA ARTS COUNCIL, 5P ------------------------------------------------------- OMAHA FILM FESTIVAL FALL MIXER OMAHA FILM FESTIVAL, 5:30P ------------------------------------------------------- ART BY BILL HOOVER TRUE BLUE GOODS & GIFTS, 6P ------------------------------------------------------- OMANI NATIONAL DAY OMAR ARTS & EVENTS, 6P ------------------------------------------------------- MUSICIANS COLLECTIVE SHOWCASE 402 ARTS COLLECTIVE, 6P ------------------------------------------------------- CREIGHTON BLUEJAYS VS GEORGETOWN CENTURYLINK CENTER, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- OMAHA LANCERS HOCKEY RALSTON ARENA, 7:05P ------------------------------------------------------- OMAHA MAVERICKS BAXTER ARENA, 7:07P ------------------------------------------------------- IRVIN BERLIN’S WHITE CHRISTMAS ORPHEUM THEATER, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- BIG CANVAS THE APOLLON, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- A CHRISTMAS CAROL OMAHA COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- JOHN MORGAN OMAHA FUNNY BONE, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- MURDER BALLAD OMAHA COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- HAROLD NIGHT (IMPROV) THE BACKLINE, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- INTERROGATED THE BACKLINE, 10P SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 JUNKTOBERFEST SOUTHROADS MALL, 9A ------------------------------------------------------- AMERICAN SPIRITS: THE RISE AND FALL OF PROHIBITION DURHAM MUSEUM, 10A ------------------------------------------------------- A POKEMON ART SHOW THE APOLLON, 11A ------------------------------------------------------- GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION MY PIE PIZZA, 11A ------------------------------------------------------- NEBRASKA HUSKERS vs TOM OSBORNE FIELD AT MEMORIAL STADIUM, 11A ------------------------------------------------------- THE ARTIST JAM KRYPTON COMICS, 12P ------------------------------------------------------- WINE TASTING VINO MAS, 12P ------------------------------------------------------- RANDOM ACTS OF PEOTRY KANEKO, 2P ------------------------------------------------------- 2016 CRANKSGIVING PARADE & POTLUCK OMAHA BIKES, 3P ------------------------------------------------------- MIXXEDFIT: A PEOPLE INSPIRED DANCE FORMAT BUSHWACKERS SALOON, 5P ------------------------------------------------------- NEBRASKA SONATA PROJECT HOUSE OF LOOM, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- JOHN MORGAN OMAHA FUNNY BONE, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- KARUBA SPIELBOUND, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- HARVEST DINNER/FRIENDSGIVING SOARING WINGS VINEYARD, 7P ------------------------------------------------------- OMAHA LANCERS RALSTON ARENA, 7:05P ------------------------------------------------------- UNO MAVERICKS HOCKEY BAXTER ARENA, 7:07P ------------------------------------------------------- MURDER BALLAD OMAHA COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- IRVIN BERLIN’S WHITE CHRISTMAS ORPHEUM THEATER, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- A CHRISTMAS CAROL OMAHA COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE, 7:30P ------------------------------------------------------- BIG CANVAS THE BACKLINE, 8P ------------------------------------------------------- OH, SNAP! CLUB VIBE, 9P ------------------------------------------------------- PRE-THANKSGIVING PARTY STOLI’S LOUNGE, 9P ------------------------------------------------------- 14 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY BAR 415, 9P ------------------------------------------------------- 402 ART GALA AFTER PARTY OMAHA DESIGN CENTER, 9P ------------------------------------------------------- POP UP VILLAGE PARTY THE VILLAGE BAR, 9P ------------------------------------------------------- GAY AF (STANDUP) THE BACKLINE, 10P -------------------------------------------------------

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